At ILSE, we publish our very own series “Christian Perspectives on Leadership and Social Ethics”.
The series Christian Perspectives on Leadership and Social Ethics is an academic peer reviewed series in the area of theological perspectives on leadership studies, social ethics and other themes that are relevant for leaders in the public domain. While written with academic rigor, this series seeks to be accessible for practitioners in leadership and leadership development. To purchase a book, please contact Peeters directly.
In addition, please find recommended books and journals written by members of the ILSE Steering Committee.
Barentsen, Jack. Emerging Leadership in the Pauline Mission: A Social Identity Perspective on Local Leadership Development in Corinth and Ephesus. Vol. 168 Princeton Theological Monograph Series. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2011.
Please contact us if you would like to purchase a copy of the book.
The following articles are written as part of the research that we do. Join our mailing list and we would be pleased to send you a copy of the journal article.
“Towards a Spirituality of Public Leadership: Engaging Dietrich Bonhoeffer.” International Journal of Public Theology 7 (2013), 91–113.
“Three paradigms to bridge the gap: Abraham Kuyper, Stanley Hauerwas and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.” In: Bram de Muynck, Pieter Vos & Johan Hegeman (eds.), Bridging the Gap. Connecting Christian Faith and Professional Practice. Proceedings of the European Iapche-Conference 2009, Sioux Centre: Dordt Press, 2011.